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Goal 2: Bristol

At least four Fairtrade product ranges are readily available in the area’s retail outlets. Click here for good ways to increase the amount of Fairtrade goods you stock

Beyond the 5 goals

Pushing a campaign beyond the five goals is one of the most challenging asks of a Fairtrade steering group. It’s all about exceeding expectations and bringing together the crucial elements of campaigning to make a lasting impact.

Tips and advice on engaging your local businesses

There are many ways to engage local businesses – here are some tips to try.

Goal 4 St Andrews

Media coverage and events raise awareness and understanding of Fairtrade across the community.

Goal 1 East Dunbartonshire

East Dunbartonshire – Building relationships with councils to promote Fairtrade After achieving Fairtrade status, developing relationships with local authorities can be challenging. East Dunbartonshire’s Fairtrade Group knows.

Goal 4 Haworth

For Fairtrade Fortnight 2019 the Haworth Fairtrade Group were on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway steam train departing at 11.45am from Oxenhope where they handed out samples of Fairtrade goodies to the visitors and passengers.

Goal 4 Mossley

Mossley Fairtrade group worked closely with ReCreate, a local community arts & craft group based at The Vale, Mossley and funded by Global Grooves & People's Health Trust, to create artwork sharing in a creative way the messages of the last two Fairtrade Fortnights.  

Goal 2 Orkney

Orkney Fairtrade Zone have worked very hard to establish their own ‘Buy Fair and Buy Local’ strategy, linking Fairtrade internationally to the promotion of local high quality food industries and the shared challenges of operating in global markets. Members of Orkney Fairtrade Zone shared with us their story.

Goal 4 Tees Valley

Tees Valley Fairtrade groups (Hartlepool, Middlesbrough and Stockton) worked together for Fairtrade Fortnight on a project to raise awareness of Fairtrade in general and in particular the problems faced by cocoa farmers.